Dean Koontz - The Good Guy
Chatting with a nervous stranger sitting at a local bar, Timothy Carrier soon realizes that he has been mistaken for a killer-for-hire and has been given an envelope full of cash and a contract on a pretty young woman whose photograph and address accompany the money. Simultaneous.
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7 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jun 7, 2007
The good, the bad, and the girl in between
Pros: Excellent pacing keep reader engaged, suspenseful character development, avoids typical clichés.
Cons: May be a bit out of genre for Koontz fans, no other real drawbacks.
This book is one of the good ones, for a beach read this summer you can't beat it. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 7, 2007
The Good Guy - A Good Read, No a GREAT Read (Suspense, Not Horror)!
Pros: Strong, fascinating characters, original plot, over-the-top suspense!
Cons: None unless you think our government has no secrets.
One of the best suspense novels I've read, with fascinating characters and great plot twists to enliven a chase story with attitude. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 1, 2008
The Good Guy - An Intriguing Suspense Novel
Pros: This novel is full of suspense and action from beginning to end.
Cons: Some of the descriptions are a little drawn out.
Another one of Dean Koontz suspenseful and action packed novels. A must read. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 27, 2008
Timothy Tries to Save a Stranger in The Good Guy by Dean Koontz
Pros: Entertaining, suspenseful plot.
Cons: Not as strong as some earlier books by Koontz.
The Good Guy could have been a bit better, but it was still an entertaining book that fans of Koontz may enjoy. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 4, 2008
Right Person; Right Time
Pros: Interesting storyline, exciting read, no horror story
For those who were afraid to read Koontz's horror stories, this is an excellent read. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 12, 2007
The Good Guy Wasn't That Good
Pros: Storyline concept
Cons: Storyline execution
An average book that is worth a one time read. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 6, 2007
Good but not great
Pros: quick read, suspenseful, several surprises, worth a look
Cons: lacks originality and passion, cookie cutter style,
A quick read that gives the reader glimpses of classic Koontz, yet a full return never materializes. Worth renting from the library for a lazy afternoon. Read More at Epinions.com